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Alright...I have my video game collection published online through IGN and Gamespot, and my DVD collection published online through dvdaficionado; but would there be any sites that would specialize in publishing someones' CD collections online? That is, outside of using HTML coding and making a list oneself...




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no offense, but who cares what CDs you have?
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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.05
    Originally posted by JohnnyHerbs
    no offense, but who cares what CDs you have?


I'm sure gift giving friends and relatives would love to know.

My best friend has 500+ DVDs, and loves to get them as gifts and it's good to know what she already has. I made her get a web list to make my shopping easier.




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I, for one, think it's one of the best ways to learn just about everything you need to know about a person. It's not 100%, but you can tell a lot from musical taste.



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http://rateyourmusic.com/ seems to allow you to do this, maybe it will be what you need.



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That's a great website. I was looking for something like this actually. Thanks.



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I used http://www.guzzlefish.com/
CD's, games and DVD's.

At first I thought "who cares". Then I figured it'd be a good record for if/when I get robbed. There would be no way I could verify to the insurance company that I owned all of this stuff, but it'd be a good checklist for me. In fourth grade, some a-hole ransacked our house, including roughly 75+ Atari games. I never wrote all of 'em down, so some of those games never made it back into my home (I'm still lamenting the loss of Bachelor Party, Smurfs, and Venture).



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    Originally posted by OlFuzzyBastard
    I, for one, think it's one of the best ways to learn just about everything you need to know about a person. It's not 100%, but you can tell a lot from musical taste.
I've made a good number of friends through the IGN listing on my website...and music is something EVERYONE loves and enjoys.



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I know this isn't exactly what the original poster had in mind. But, how do you explain this site?

http://cdzlimited.org/albumindex.html






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If you are sure that you have the legal right to use the file, you could do one of two things. One, you could contact the radio station for a copy that didn't have the WMA encoding on it.
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